European Court of Human Rights stops the dehydration death of Vincent Lambert

  By Alex Schadenberg, International Chair – Euthanasia Prevention Coalition On June 24, the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg ordered France to continue providing food and water to Vincent Lambert, a man who was injured in a motorbike accident in 2008. The decision by the European Court of Human Rights came hours after …

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Dehydrating the Cognitively Disabled To Death–The Never Ending Road

By Wesley J. Smith Editor’s note. This appeared on Wesley’s terrific blog over the weekend. We dehydrate profound cognitively disabled people to death in the USA–a death that comes slowly over about a two week period, often resulting in tissue cracking and even bleeding.  We dress it up in nice clothes by claiming we are …

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Stories of triumph over adversity should get more column inches and air time

Editor’s note. This appeared yesterday on the  of the Christian Medical Fellowship, a UK-based organization. Today Nikki Kenward, who was left disabled after a partial recovery from paralysis caused by Gullain Barre syndrome, will stage a protest outside parliament about the dangers that changing the law to allow assisted suicide or euthanasia would pose to those …

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